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Search results page shifts to the right upon return from any results website; iPad Pro

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After performing a search in landscape mode, clicking through on a search result and returning to the search results page using the back arrow the results page is shifted right, zoomed in and partially off the screen to the right. Doesn’t happen in portrait mode. Using iPad Pro so landscape mode is most desirable.

After performing a search in landscape mode, clicking through on a search result and returning to the search results page using the back arrow the results page is shifted right, zoomed in and partially off the screen to the right. Doesn’t happen in portrait mode. Using iPad Pro so landscape mode is most desirable.
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howdytom 18 solutions 179 answers

It could be specific to the viewport on the iPad Pro. I haven't seen this issue on a iPad.

Did you check with Safari?

It could be specific to the viewport on the iPad Pro. I haven't seen this issue on a iPad. Did you check with Safari?
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Thanks. What do you mean by viewport? The problem is specific to Firefox; I don’t have the same issue on Chrome or Safari.

Thanks. What do you mean by viewport? The problem is specific to Firefox; I don’t have the same issue on Chrome or Safari.
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howdytom 18 solutions 179 answers

The viewport is the visible area of a web page. It varies with the device and needs to optimise for different screen sites.

Did you try to rotate the iPad Pro from landscape mode to portrait mode and back to landscape mode? Does it auto adjust?

The viewport is the visible area of a web page. It varies with the device and needs to optimise for different screen sites. Did you try to rotate the iPad Pro from landscape mode to portrait mode and back to landscape mode? Does it auto adjust?
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